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Galapagos Rift Expedition: Journey to the Unknown
Students investigate the possibilities of life in deep oceans. In this oceanography lesson, students listen to a CD of ocean music and role-play as though they are on a deep sea mission exploring unknown areas. Students practice using ocean vocabulary and discuss ways they can navigate in unknown waters.
5th - 6th Visual & Performing Arts 3 Views 10 Downloads
What's in that Cake?
Students discover the methods scientists use to investigate Oceanic habitats. In this oceanography lesson, students utilize the Internet to identify deep sea submersibles and how they help scientists study the Charleston Bump. Students create a sea organism experiment by sampling different cakes and identifying what makes them each unique.
5th - 6th Visual & Performing Arts 3 Views 4 Downloads
Through Other Eyes
Students describe the structures of crustaceans and the features that give organisms capabilities that exceed those of humans. In this investigative instructional activity students replicate some of the features of photo-receptors in a deep-sea organism.
9th - 12th Science 5 Views 14 Downloads
Light in the Dark: A Study on Bioluminescence
Learners explore bioluminescence in sea organisms. They participate in a glow stick activity that will allow them to be bioluminescent creatures in the deep sea and finally, design their own midwater/deep sea fish that uses bioluminescence.
5th - 8th Science 3 Views 1 Download
Via four student handouts, marine biology learners examine the topography and circulation cell of the Fieberilng guyot. Then they examine the number of individual hydroids counted at each depth. Pupils use the information to relate water circulation to distribution of the larvae.
9th - 12th Science 3 Views 8 Downloads
Hudson Canyon Expedition; Fishy Deep Sea Designs!
Young scholars explore the physical location of deep water habitats along the Hudson Shelf Valley and in Hudson Canyon. They study the basic characteristics of the mesopelagic and bathypelagic zones with regard to depth, temperature, pres
7th - 9th Science 3 Views 1 Download
How Big is the Ocean?
Let this sink in: oceans cover more than 70% of the planet! This video teaches many facts about the ocean using creative graphs to convey the vastness of its features. The ocean contains the longest mountain chain, the tallest mountain, the deepest canyon, the tallest waterfall, and the greatest numbers and variety of species.
5 mins 5th - 12th Science 46 Views 49 Downloads CCSS: Adaptable
New Review Hands-On History: Explorers
Bring history to life with this collection of hands-on early explorer activities. From creating a flip book about the Vikings' exploration of North America to a reader's theater performance about Christopher Columbus' search for the Indies, this resource offers learning experiences that will engage the whole class in learning about European explorers.
3rd - 6th Social Studies & History 85 Views 57 Downloads CCSS: Adaptable
Impact of Climate Change on Hawaiian Monk Seals Activity 2: The Odd Couple
The topic is symbiotic relationships, and in this case, we get to look at the relationship between the sea anemone and the hermit crab. They review log entries from a Northwestern Hawaiian Island expedition which occurred in 2002, paying close attention to the observations about hermit crabs and anemones.
5th - 6th Science 7 Views 7 Downloads CCSS: Adaptable
Familiarize your class with folktales and hit Common Core standards along the way. Before reading the provided short story, readers practice drawing and supporting inferences and analyzing the point of view in two short exercises. They then read the story several times, focusing on different aspects of the text each time.
6th - 8th Language Arts 64 Views 66 Downloads CCSS: Designed
Nature and the Environment in Postwar Japan
Japan has a complex relationship with the environment. Explore this relationship with your class through this resource. Included are thought questions, several activity ideas that range from writing, to discussion, to research, and an idea for a theoretical conversation about attitudes toward nature.
9th - 12th Language Arts 4 Views 16 Downloads CCSS: Designed
Do Plants Need Light?
Turn your classroom into a greenhouse with a lesson on plant growth. First, investigate the different parts of seeds, identifying the seed coat, cotyledon, and embryo. Then plant the seeds and watch them grow! Measure the new plants every couple of days to document their growth, moving some into a dark corner of the room to demonstrate their dependence on light.
K - 4th Science 75 Views 50 Downloads CCSS: Adaptable
Explore various ecosystems from around the world as your class discovers the interdependence of all living things. Using the provided sets of ecosystem cards, young scientists work in small groups building food webs to demonstrate the relationships between producers and consumers.
2nd - 5th Science 73 Views 66 Downloads
What Do You SUBpose?
Submarines are the fous of this math and science lesson. In it, learners explore the world of submarines: how they work, and what they are used for. They engage in hands-on activities, watch video clips, and work in cooperative groups in order to investigate the math and science behind submarines.
3rd - 5th Math 5 Views 29 Downloads